School Tuition

2017 FEES AND LEVIES

Annual fees and charges are rendered in four instalments in February, May, August and October for the Early Learning Centre to Year 11 and in three instalments in February, May and August for Year 12.  Fees are due within 21 days of invoicing.  If there are difficulties paying the fees on time then contact must be made with the Accounts Department to discuss the situation.

The school can refuse to allow the pupil to continue his/her education while fees remain unpaid.

All outstanding fees may be forwarded to the school’s debt collection agent.  A fee of $100 per family per month will be charged if fees are not paid when they are due.

Pre-payment – 4% discount on the current year’s tuition fees, if the full amount of all fees owing are paid by 28 February 2017.  This discount does not apply to those who have an outstanding debt to the School.

 

Payment Options

  • BPAY/Direct Deposit – Refer to the front of the statement for your BPAY details or direct deposit details.
  • Cash, Cheque/Money Order (payable to Oakleigh Grammar).
  • EFTPOS, credit cards and direct credit deposit facilities are also available.
  • Direct Debit is available.  Please ask at the School office for details.

Please note that the school will not levy a surcharge on credit card payments.

 

Siblings

The following discounts will be given to families with more than one child attending the School in 2017:

  • Second Younger Child – 20%
  • Third Younger Child – 30%
  • Fourth or more children – no charge

Sibling discounts do not apply to students in the Early Learning Centre.

 

Temporary Absence

If a student is away temporarily, full fees are still payable (e.g. student being absent overseas).

 

Transfer or Withdrawal of a Student

If a student is transferred or withdrawn from the School, a minimum of a school term’s notice in writing to the Principal is required, otherwise a term’s fee will be charged.

 

Other Charges

Camps, excursions and some extra curriculum activities attract additional costs.  These costs will be invoiced during the term and are to be paid within 30 days from the date of the invoice.

The operation of the School depends on two main sources of income:

• The fees and levies paid by the parents of the School, and

• The grants provided by the State and Federal Governments.

Year Level

 Annual Tuition
(2017)

Technology
Levy

Careers
Levy

Total Annual
Fees

 Year Prep  $6,759 $348 $7,107
 Year 1  $7,173 $348 $7,521
 Year 2  $7,431 $348 $7,779
 Year 3  $7,885 $348 $8,233
 Year 4  $8,044 $348 $8,392
 Year 5  $8,161 $348 $8,509
 Year 6  $8,281 $348 $8,629
 Year 7  $8,358 $348 $8,706
 Year 8  $8,539 $348 $8,887
 Year 9  $8,638 $348 $8,986
 Year 10  $8,736 $348 $137 $9,221
 Year 11  $9,042 $348 $9,390
Year 12  $9,011 $348 $9,359

Other Course Fees

Arrowsmith Fees for 2017: $23,200

International Student Fees for 2017: $22,800

Please contact admissions for further details.

Levies & Other Charges:

The Careers Levy in Year 10 covers the cost of associated with guiding students to reach appropriate career goals.

The Technology Levy is charged to cover the cost of providing students with computers and other Information Technology facilities for various educational purposes. The Middle Years Levy covers students’ access to iPads and other programs.

Camps, certain excursions and some extra activities attract additional fees.

Discounts:

Pre-Payments
4% discount on the current year’s tuition fees, if the full amount of all fees owing are paid by 28 February 2017. This discount does not apply to those who have an outstanding debt to the School.

Siblings
The following discounts will be given to families with more than one child attending the School in 2017.

  • Eldest Child currently enrolled – Full Fees
  • Second Child – 20%
  • Third Child – 30%
  • Fourth or more child attending at the same time as older sibling – No Charge

Sibling discount does not apply to students in the Early Learning Centre.

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